The Geology Club is an official CWU recognized organization that is composed of undergraduate and graduate students from across multiple departments and majors at the university. Geology Club is active with multiple events a term such as trivia nights and CWU sponsored events, with regular weekend rock hounding trips for petrified wood and Ellensburg Blues. The Club also enjoys hiking, rock climbing, rafting, and various other adventures that take outside-minded students to new locations.
Geology Club regularly puts on fundraiser events to raise money for students to attend various geology and earth science conferences across the Pacific Northwest. These conferences are unique networking opportunities and are extremely benefitial to young scientists looking to connect their education with the professional world and future employement opportunities.
CWU Geology Club meets in room 216 in Discovery Hall on Tuesdays at 5pm (may change for Winter 2020). All students are welcome and you don't even need to be a geology major!
The Club has elected officers and heartily welcomes any new students wanting to join the fun. Interested in learning more about this year's group? Contact Logan Wetherell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will be happy to get you plugged into the scene!
The 2020 Spring Break adventure will be down to the Lava Beds National Monument in Northern California for several days before returning by way of HWY 101 California/Oregon coastline. The Lava Beds National Monument is home to over 800 lava tubes with most free to visitors to walk, crawl, or squeeze through and will be a good time for all!